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T li JE Tl'LBi. DAILY WORLD,. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15,
.t. ITALY SHAKEN BY QUAKE, KILLIIG 12,000 PERSOHSl WRECKIN8 MY TOWfJSc t'.r g r. r ot :. . . ri.t -rtt cf;NOW, I? IT WERE TURNING POINT IN MEXICO IS EVIDENT All Bath Robes on Sale-1-2 Price ' ! Sweater Coats and Jerseys t-i off regular Price JlsJlf 1T)T OffTrJ. i ..er. ., - - f-.! fr jjf'.t r i ; .e r ;..; tr.e . Y.:r !., I I r : I ' '. c j" '. ' ! t ':. ;e 1.-. cf c..i;.rf .. i h'.--r. I:. t-'.'v t'.'.tt ONLY LEAP YEAR vt-r- ,. ff-r.-i 2 f r -,i.fcr s fr aii Villa's Army Will Immedi ately Open Fierce At tack on Taiiipico. . f. - r. . : t ' It . . ?-!. i-tr-. v i, f.r t.v:;;. t:-. the The Sale on T V 0 lei . - ' -V'' V" A f r : . if we r-et .1 c..r"i 4T.u h.at : ft p.r,.: and rr.i s Centra. a the i J '.c .ire '- ! ;-. .- rr---i " --r . ! a. '.. .j rf al Iv'l' :t St It .Ufc ii.i .n il '. j i u' i nr. 1: r'. OIL WORK SHUT DOWN -.e ! Stein B loch BULLETIN. ;'' i. In. ; Tii t' d v T ! ca I t hu i, a i: was ii tu.i 1 1 estimat'-d ;it rsi-aiu-d an ill t ' t i i: ?!:"U;il.' 1 1 -. LONDON. -J.it,. son.- I, a v i- I ii i i i kill which ! a 1 1 1 i!ft i I i Jlf ('.'I inf. , in pa I in' A nrill:'' t I f I til.- :rai ii i -I lac Mauliatu; alo la Tnlt j. r"l;- jiiu l;oMi;. Jan. i;: fa i t li' iia kt- of w i 1 1 1 ah i'-f-. Iia.- rc-ultfi Italv t-xtfiit. . in tli- injury to jio-iliy ''(),(kni mur, (!-st n id. 'I'lif .-hot-k u.i lie than a huii'lii-il iii lruzi department, niiles east of Rome, lias hoeti leveled to the ground; heft- s.lKM) persons ai'e roportfd tt I I 1 'll 1 I . II l have hefli Icilled. Ill InailV Slnall towns SlimnilitlHlt,' Rome building were partially wn-ked, while at Naples a )anie oeeurretl ain lioll- tam-t' to the east. I'Votli lu low X.iples in the south to l-'ericra in the north, a distanee of nure than :!)() miles, and across al most the width of the country the itndulatory movement continued for a considerahle pt'i'iod. In Rome it was thought at first that two shocks had occurred, hut tlieili,Vu,.u'Tt; .-eismoL'raphie instruments thel'C -WAS OIllv Olle Wllicll. tin: lnollilli, la.-ted il'olu 'JU Panics in In the capital itself, so f loss of life, hut a rcat deal of and statues suffering most. stricken Willi tear and tin-re i. .. : l i . i hospitals, monasteries and !.,tli ti.l,... .!' I.., lli. I sides of the I'orta Del ("iii. iiriiiiviiiriiiiiii iiii'iiiiiiiii'i iijiiii'I'iii. Rome, threatened to fall and the eale decorating the pite crashed to the ground. The oliclisk in St. Peter's square was shaken and badly, damaged, while the statue of St. John Lateraii and the st;ltue.s of the Apostles si i f niouritin the Dasilica are in danger of collapsing. The "amous colonnade decorating St. Peter's stpiare was low ered four feet, while the adjacent house, once' occupied by the sisters of Pope Pius X, was badly cracked. iwlnx lo the wide extent of the dln- I in Iui ll. e and the lerrihh. eoiiKeu iieiit-n the ui tual effcrl.s cf the ,iith.uake ure not at. picneut known. miii; to the -il 1 1 1 ii k off nf coin in n nh'.i I lolin The fortified eily nf A.jiilla luis ln thlx way heeri cut off, hut It Is reported i H.'veral villiiL'e In thai rrplon were destroyed. Likewise. I'otet,.,,, cupi tal of the iro'lri'-' of the s.ime n.iiu, mi the eastern declivity of the Alien- I nines, which his a population of nearly 20. nil", has hcei, Isolated. In KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES INTENSE SUFFERING Si V e II e.i rs . 11 h Is idn v t r.ci llldy t I three W "T k d i. II ll( I h Is ml line. tu the I. remedies 1 filial Sv;,tii. i:....f Ko u.i.- taken si, Ii Mi- and differed ler Mi'Mln I did Hot time ; i r i 1 w ,i mostly i .1 Afi.f ti'-nin ot n-r l trie. I a l,t!l.. of ui.iH' .Hi!. ' la K tn to feel letter ,,.. alter ,,S1I,K ",r flft Cetlt I, it ' . . , 1,1 ll el y i .ll (i til ha'." 1 1 ,i I i:o Ki'lniy tn.iii.li' Mn I lall llll!' 1.1V thai I owe luv Kn h'l.ltll to SW.ilnp ll.."l Veil 1 1 1 . i - p. I list, this I "t ' ( l"r I he .fi,i ra d ..I I.. of ol h r the In Il"l. I l !" .ifllh I. .1 us I of i'l i ' c IhK I" I In with ii. il III" a w oli'lt I f til 1 erne . V Vein s . I Irulj , IIATTIK A (jl'IMHV, ia, i'l 'i Slat" of It I " II. I I': ' d I.. I I I" 'I ...ah ih M e . ul I. "I 1. c SI Ma n. ia ! I III!!!.. ...I... , e t III ; a ii, a v ' "I la '..'. I '. Is t n in l ,ia aled Mall nit II, U 1 1 in li . I a , ' I lliel.l I III. id" ub- H.I 1 f .. I s tin" l M I'UI luni.l-.it r l M i ' I ".tiha ett l.rller lo Dr. Kilmer Itiiigliaiiiloii, A Co., V V. Plow What vvtamp- li't.i Will Do for on. S. id ten , ihIk lo I ir 1. 1 Imer v Co., Ifil.ha oil. .ii, , f., a sarn.;e I 1 e bottle. It will c.ialll, f ,1ln o: Von will also !(.'. ive a I kl.t "I s.fllnal'1" Infoi oi.ii nil, tilling .a. ',i t he kidney Slid I. la. 1. 1. I W hen . i it III'.', be Sllfe .il. l lit' lltlt.lt th" Tul..l "illv World Itegular fit'U-cerit and one-dolii r size botllts f,.r stle s1 all drug stores. HAIR COMING OUT? .-- ....-.-.4 andruff rauses a feenh Itiit.i tloii of tho iH-alp, the hulr roots Siirink, loosen and then Ihe. hair roines out fast. To stop falling hair itt oncn and rid the scalp of every panicle of dandruff, get a Zi-i cut lt'llle of lifiinlerlne at sny drug store, pour a littln In your hand and rub it Into th scslp. After a few applica tions the hair slops coming out and 5011 can't laid any dandruff. ii 1. 1 Avrzauo the .had I. !;!!' Oi.i- t.'.iisii.'l i-r-"!.- 1 ' 1 1 j i i v, ere in jun-d. I BULLETIN. II.- ' I a. in. j On.- thou-ainl jn-i il aiai "'Hi injured liv the ci rtli'iuak lilt' lll.lll tnWJl nf i a liiatch to tin- Ai ll tu , i r . u In va-i W i-l'i- (Ic: kil t j-i, ii au'aili h;i.- Im-i-m iitfil til j vlii. - li, ai-i-nnlin t.i the lat death if Y1$) i.t-ixitis atnl in thf t 'tWII aiiil vill;it:''S .-1 I't ille.t lit.llie ha ttlt HI lllurc M- ., ( i ii I he town .,( Avt-zzaiiu, in the fell at Caserta, a short dis- in the observatories howed llfMllllill'r -it T-.i.'i ri'dnck ill : to :!) -ecoiiil Convents. tr as known, the lani;i're was doin re c Most the o people were was a veritahle prune m the'ihat vi.- ,.iid v.r suv. Tin was i r i i , ., , !n I ii-ci nil.cr. 1'jos, Ahiai Sii-ily and, convents. I he huildnms oil l,-..!,.!.,,;. :,;v i,. iimm wcro utn.-.i. I'otiolo. the norlh entrance to .....al. ...4 4.. lo7 this town wax almost destroyed hy an eai I hiunko. 1 eiir l.riMr llisjislcr. I .itlier Alf.inl, director of the mv.itoiy :, v.ille 1I I'oinpcll. Ilof.'ll eiimo.,.sf1 h.is'deiit I lie li 1 1 1 k t'-lejiiam to Koine: "The r.irtliiiiake r.'K IstVrcd l.y a 1 1 1 1 1 1 is nppe.iis to h.ne li.en ills, ist i mis f..r n radlu.s of in.uc l"'l lulus 1'rol.a Idv lis center oh the f. it oil r Host hall .t s lh pl'o luce of I'ole vi Meanuhili! cof, i m iinica 1 1. his with ten u pled and a M.m I'otellZ.l lire in- I ills...ste I hel ' U I f.-.ll eil." A il '.Hi. i !. h fi oni A,; III. ( of V i. ! near ( -. si roved, a ii. I I h it sever, done ill. .(iff III- S.ilm line s I s the I MIS (i'. III. IK'1 w.c A 1 1 e. i in i .-I in ' .In m. i S. elal person were k i He. I or In I'li' d at Tiel, pr..lncf of I'ciukIii. To pciH,,ns were killed In the electric sllltlon 111 Anl.'lella III add Moll lo the statue of SI. I'atl "li th lumn of .Marcus Ame!us. I he fa. ndf of i he ('hiin li of St John I.Htrr.iii was .lam, in,-, I n.l the sMtue of the I'm..!, h.h Is fifty feet hlith. wiih tnls.e.l out ,,f pluml.. In the Iili'l.ill palace, cs.e.i'ilv hat p.at o ciipleil .y the I'rofane museum, t,f e a 1 1 1 1 ii a i e c.'iu'i'd , i.i. k.s of sill fa lent size l iierml I out side liivhl to peiieiiaie the 1. mid. nit. The hall of the (hitnilier of depul.es likewise u as i r.l. kc.l Aninin other edifices .lainaired ni'i'i tlie i 'hurdles of St Andrln I railf mid St, Analha of Ihe tioths, RED CROSS Pholojr.ipli Tsken by l.esiek Newspaper F.nuiprlss AssocUtlon. i S r: nXM Mix-, Polish Ped Cross hospital In Warsaw, tors and nurses ars Polish, i.t ' i 'l..r'v nds A .'..I I sed ti thil rn'.r. It t..e r. .i 1 t. Punl-lim. nt for War. AT f the r.'in, I .i.-i :i- . n I thf )". r i f lU.n! Ti! lrn.'.r ' f '' i i .h-1 ' i.'.- i :. r i. : : 'i-TX f r f T .'b ri-.l J.sJ n .n f..i..i. Th Iia i m r K k.n, to tJi" Hl.il ,f The ..,,'.;n. , 1 1. !i to th- th' r..i n,i-, l.;t,.n !!. a, i .- M nv ..f tr.- ;. -. a ii.' t.t ! :ur-.J ' :'" a ::n .i i ' ; n r-f i ,-j i -n for t.'.f iri . Il.-!l 'A lilt -Af f.K!ltlll(f llts'a.:,.- f t-,.r l. a- Vr.t rit-r In thf Kur'.ii.un ar. A'-fai'i, th- to'-Mi from whi !t)i" zri'inr nutnlxr .f ca.su.-t!ti- 1 I ll Ml' ,11.'. o .,u.tK. . 1;. In tlx- J.ro . f if, Ari;'i in t.- Atr iz.l '1 ! n 1 1 1 1 1 -! : T . 1 ., r ,,. anl ., ,.hlil.t ill.- tni. f from tlie l8- of Mount in. ' a i. i.ui.aion of Mm t.n tho j. K.I..I "n- of th" Wl:ll-.r M I m '1 ,,, ', l t4 ,h,. w.i.( ilif HiahoI j; - ; - ;;; Vlu ! i-i 1 1 :j l-.- Iiih b. i n ioii- iii i- Ml lati j wrtuallv in tin- lir.iit ,f Italy. Th country in the prov:r;r" of Ilonu- and m.'vu'mou'liKiUf., but thl'kly p "P- iilati .l. Xuinrroiis illh(:m and townK dot tho territory. .t. nti rotondo has a population of a'. out five thousand. It ,-im h.-n- in 1'iT that tlarlhahli d''f.at"d tin- a population nf soini- f'""!' ii tiioii'anil. It In It hulk . , r the .nitiuu'Ln of th oil ltouuui ... t I I ..... t , . r i'i,..i. 'i n ii r. r u rii:i v H in. d.i s. I'r.fl h a i!la of nunc f' iui- th. r-r. sand Inhahltantx. Z.iL'.in.!.i I'aliano, Vtrcil I'otirlo and N'ativo all ar- smuil was noioui,. I,.,,.,,!.,,,.! Italv in past yam has had imn'r ",siiin Isii.itions from carl hcual-.i-s" and niffind what .roh;ihly v.as t!io I !i "..47H fijund and 1 . 1 u 0 . 0 0 mad.; hollllless The financial loss never a.s a. enrntidy computed, hut. it Ian Iui many million of dollars I i to th tlrne of this catastrophe the earth'inake at l.lshon, Kortuiral, 1 ls77, which ( nut fio.ono Ines, cause.l the Krcute.st nnml'i r (if casualties. Nlnctein hundred and six was the wnist period for hcIkiiiIc di.sturhanc.'H on r.wird. It was ilurlnp thl. time that (treat disasters occurred the world over. The (lestrucflon of San Francisco and Valparaiso and the razing of eluihte.-n vill.iKcs In Calahrla occurred In the uprintf snd summer of lltnti. The proliice of Ksmeraldas In I'cua ilur was shaken In th" followlni, Jan wnrjr and a (Trent tidal wave followed, drowning many persons and devastat ing the city of Msmcrald.-is. ( "oloin bl.t also suffered In this dlsturhan.-e, ahout three hun.lrtvl persons being killed. A month and a half later on the Is land "f Formosa the village ,f KhkI and three other towjis were destroyed with the loss of thousands of llvs and material duttinge estimated at 4J, iiiiO.imh). A month later Ka;l ji(faln was visited with much loss of life and property damage. Then followed the San Francisco disaster. In wlil, h ."am killed and 2 a y , -nun mad" homeless with a properly ,,s.s i.f jn'ia.'iou.iii'O. 'A few months later Vulparale.i was d M ro e.l hv eaiHi sho, ks and a conflagration. Tw o thousand mhiihitants wen' killed and n inondary loss of J:: .".. n y .(( i . re sulted. Within four das from the flist ( irth shock, the region for hun drids of miles around Valparaiso was lslled hv :ih:' uuak.s. In which th" towns of I.s Ainh-s ami Melipplll.i with an ucgregate tiopulallon of l.'l.uiJii w .1 (i( Htroj eil with their In naluta nts. Santiago, Chile, lout si persons killed-and suffered l.fiHO.iuii) dam.it.e, while the towns (f Inn. . I Ml .Mar. i-Juli Ih'ia. l.ln.i, he and guillot.i with a total of -".l.iiuo inhaliiant.s wttc coinpli telv ilesl roved. loiter' In the same year there were u.si in ii.ineeH in lotto i:i o, (ieiiu.i New irulnca and ac.iin 111 Chile. In 1'.ii7 tame the disaster to Nun. St., li, JaniHlc.i, In which ..it i.ui Ihous.Hi.l lives were ..s and $2;,0hii,- HOSPITAL IN THE CAPITAL OF fdr7ew l. h. Fdhnr of Ihe Wr.w l.iajer Poiskl. Cepyrlnht. 1 9 1 S. by th Th lao pail'Vit In thtt for 1 1 I XTS JfeLttt-ttt ati L l'f Corr;j'.r.'lr'. I T I'll'l. lm,i 1-r. 1 Tkin.1:! '';"') Vf; m Foclal frlllH to thf n-w Iunio ''j' . i -rhtii' aJiranitr:itioii in Minnesf'ta, t))e '' iffninl ttll ith wlarh former Ko'-'- rr.orH ojn-.l trifir a'Iniinltr;itionii iv ill f 'iinlttfd Til" i)'".v xffitive, W. S. Humnionil, Is a Ui.'!i-lor, anJ :ih: 't-xfi utive inunMini" in j -i tt an un- j rt-1 cut iiti but'li.-h.r fiilt; in a Jn- ;li.n hf.t-1. Thr- iifw Rovf-rni'r n-prrsf ntfi , .Minn. o'ii in na.srt!i for several is. t.'i'i rlr'miafr w;is ili.M.. r'artiuto, t'ofta IMia. Jon 1,500 lives In la 10, from an .irf li'iiiiikt ami In Turkey In 1912, H.000 i:rson prl-hed while 4u,u00 '-rn ina.lfi hoiticlcf!) In a Kirnilar dls-tct-r. ljst year Hakurii, Japan, was visltil hy an earthquake un,l the -rnptlon of a oilrano whh'h a-i.s(l much prop erty 'hirnaRe hut dij not result In a i.irf Iohs of lif;. Ijist May In Klr!!y "i)'t persons were killed and 1,000 ln J.ir.. d. I P I H UTV HfllKFR ARF : LIUII I I HUUOLOnllL DESTROYED IN ROME At Tivoli Life Loss Was Heavy; Populace Fear A Second Shriek. I.i'MiOX, Jan. II - a. in.) Several of the moi'tung newspapers report great lorn o life in the tarth ipiak'.' zone. Tin latcHt Home ilisjiatch to the TiincM r.'portB that eighty houses V'f re (lest roved In Home. The dispatch adds that teleu-rams received from the province announce further damage mid additlotiH to the death roll, espe- dally at. Ttv.ili, where the populace Is ca mpiiifj In the ('pen In fur-of fur- ther shocks. H is feared that serious damage has been done in the depart ment, of the Ahrti.zi. f'alahrla and Sicily repoit that the shock was not felt there. Other special dispatches soy that owing to the breaking down of. the telegraph and telephone lines it has been Impossible to ascertain the exact results of the disturbance. The Iially Telegraph's Home corres pondent declares the damage done was very great, espei laity In the environs of Home and In the Abruzzl, where, he says, some villages were destroyed. The correspondent adds that the num ber cf victims has pot been ascer tained, but that certainly there are thousands of them. The Standard's Home correspond ent, referring to the report that there were S.lioo victims at Avezzano, says that In all probability this report Is exaggerated, but that In any case' the loss of life Is appalling. JUMPER HAS MEDALS I'latt Adam,, the) World s Itest Mump er, Is object of Pi-ftlx'. Ni:V V.'ltK', J.m. 13. Charges that I'latt Adame.', Olympic champion in tho standing high Jump, has sold or olherw ive. disposed of certain of his prizes, contrary to the rules of Ihe Amateur Athlcllit axiou-latlon, were threshed out in part tonight he fore the registration committee of the .Mcropo!it.i;i association of tho A. a. r Adams, a number of the Xew York Athlellc i liih and rated as th.) best all-around Jumper In the world, had a big tTipsa. k full of his prizes with him In the building In which the li I l.cariiii; was held, and it was declared he Hood ready to produce any of his medals or oiiicr trophic that might le called f..r. lie was not asked to li'i'.v any el them tonight, however. POLAND. .,up. r Prislan officers. Tin doC- Hegun In Earnest to Capitulate (.'arranza Faction WASHINGTON, Jar.. 3 2. offa-ita adUceu reaching the rnlu-d States g'.c. enanel.t fr.-in Mexico today indicated thit General Vllia. in '-on:- , niand of all tho forces of the Gutier- rez government, has l.egju in earnest the campaign which he hopes will force the ( 'arranza facton to caplti-. late. Fight thousand men i.rclcr the, command of General Angeles have j been despatt hed by Villa to reinforce; his columns and attack Tampi' o. They were moving through Sail I.u.s l'o tosl today, .f cording io vonsular d;s pat. hcs. From Information re. e; cd tonight! by the ('arranza a'-ney here. General j Pablo Gonzales, command of Tampico . district, lias bceji reinfofced ; by 9,0'ju men under General '"aesario Castr... which, together with the forces under Generals ViMarcal and j Herrera, make an estimated total of 21,000 men. The same dispatches sny the ('arranza forces are moving to ward San Luis Potosl, indicating that ft big battle between the rival forces Is imminent on the railroad line be- tween Tampico and San Luis Potosl. Shut Down OH WorUs. The Gutierrez government Is anx- ioun to capture Tampico and end the j complication- which have arisen as a result of General Carranza's decree affecting foreign oil companies. The I Hritish companies had been shut: down because its owners refused to pay a big levy to the Carranza olfl- j cial.s. ! General YllU himself has gone to j Aguas Callentes, where, it is believed, . he is mobilizing for an attack on Puebln, now held by General Obregon. I With the Ouitlerrez army attacking the two main strongholds of the Car- ranza army in the vicinity of Tampico i and I'uebla, respectively, a turning i point In Mexico's civil war, bringing I the rise of either the Carranza or' Guitierrez element. Is generally be-; lieved here to be In prospect. Truvels With Villa. i George C. Carothers, American con sular agent, who sent the state de-; partment his resignation recently, to j accept a tempting business offer, has decided at. the solicitation of Sec- j retary Hrvan to continue his work j Indefinitely until other arrangements can be made for representing the , American government wherever Gen- , eral Villa travels. Carothers Is now wlili Villa on lils southward Journey. General Hhss, at Kl Paso, tele graphed to tho war department today that General Maytorena, the Villa commander, had begun to remove his troops from thn vicinity of Naco In accordance with the agreement ar rnnced hv General Scott. Th disappearance of the contend- j lng Mexican forces from the border j points, where they threatened the life, and safety of Americans on the north i side cf the line, will relieve tho de iinrtment from the necessity of main taining the large force of soldiers sent when the situation became acute. 12 YEARS AVERAGE LIFE OF EMGIHEMEN Fiire of Death, In Ffauivs Was Shown At Hear ing Yesterday. Death Rate Among Rail road Men Much (I wat er Than Other Lines. CHICAGi), Jan. 13. -The fU-ure of death In fiaures was paraded today before members ol" the. arbitration ; board which is hearing testimony ! bearing on the demands cf western , locomotive engineers and firemen for I higher wages. I . Testimony bore almost exclusively 'on the death rate of the enginemen as ((impaled with other workers. The principal witnesse was Dr. Henry J. Harris, statistician of tho library of congress at Washington and lntro- din ed by Warren H. Stone, of the en gineers as one of the world's leading authorities on the subject. Campaign Hai I Sione examined him on statistics re- snners, to the Tulsa Auto associa- , latlr.g to engineers; V. S. Carter ofjtion, that the association purchase aj ine iiieinen on more ucimi w u .'" I latter, while cross-exaiiilnatlon wii8 conducted by .lames M. Mieean, stlor- in y for the railroads. lr. Harris presented a long table compil'M on data supplied tiy the reo- ords of the tried mo-actuarlal investiga tion, In commenting on whlrh he said: "According to tho table the occupa tions conspicuous for their high death rates are first, the miners and workers in stone and clay; second, the loco motive flrtinen; third, structural iron workers, and fourth, the locomotive engineers." Where the normal expectancy of death Is 10O. the a. IuhI death among firemen Is 190, the witness said, and among inglneers liiO. Among officers of the navy excluding chaplains, pay masters and physicians, the rate Is 152, while tha hazard In the life of policemen, constables and sheriffs Is 134. Among: female domestic servants the rate is 12t. fhfean Inferred from the tables that the morality rate among brskeiuen was higher than among firemen, but Carter Insisted that Mieean was misled, because for eviry fireman employed on a train there were two or three brake nen. Opposing counsel disputed the aver age life of engineers as given, hut it was finally shown that It la bttween eleven and twelve jears. Carter explained that the higher hazard shown In the occupation of firemen than that of engineers was due to the fart that only the strongest among flremsn become engineers, and their promotion Itself attests their su perior prudence and physical condition. Suits and Over coats is on The Manhattan Shirt Sale is on SHOE specials! 0n& week Extra Special Reductions: Women's $4.00 Shoes g2 95 Women's $3.50 Shoes $2 39 Men's $5.00 Shoes (jjg Men's $4.00 Shoes 95 250 pairs Women's and Misses' Shoes, broken lots; all leathers; good styles, good sizes; val- CM AO ues up to $6.00. Special price . . ; vA-IO Cut Price Shoe Store 108 SOUTH MAIN. : ECONOMY GROCERY :- Friday and Saturday In .order to reduce our stock before Inventory we make lowing low- prices. No goods charged at theso prices. 2 dozen California Navel Oranges 1 dozen Nice Hananas r I peck Nice Jonathan Apples Fancy California Dried Peaches, per pound..... Fancy California Dried Apricots, per pound '. Fancy California Dried Prunes, per pound 5-11) sack Pure Pennsylvania Buckwheat '. 5-11) sack A. J. Pancake1 Flour 5-lb. sack Whole Wheat Flour . '. . IJ-lb. sack Sterilized llran 1 t large cans Kraut , 3 large cans Mustard Sardines 10c can Pic Peachts, 2 for 10c can Columbian Milk, 2 for 3-lb. pail Pure Tulsa Lard '. B-lb. pail Pure Tulsa Lard 3 packages Table Salt '. . . , 3 boxes Matches .' Fach lady customer attending this Bain will be mVcn a small of "Goodwin's liest" Peach or Apple Putter. YV. T. Phone 2091 AUTO ASSOCIATION BUYS COUNTY FORD Hoad Supervisor Will Tie Able to Su p. rliitcml All Work In the Omnty. The proposition of Cy Avery, chair- man of the board of county eornmis- : twn-piwi'iinr ruin cm iu u i.-: t,j ,the road expert recently hired by the , board of county commissioners to oversee the county roadmaktng ac- tivltles, wss approved at the meeting f the Auto association last night in the C'imiiier.MnI Club rooms, and 1140 was subscribed by Ihe members pres ent toward the purchase of the car. Messrs. Charles K. Dent. Fred Shaw and Jack Itcher of the Auto associa tion were appointed by the chairman as a committee to collect the money to buy the car for Ihe road overseers use. Mr. Avery described the road scheme In detail to the assembly of automobile owners and It was heartily I TV,. aBl(it(..n tm ,.ra dlreellv Interested In the question of good roads In Tulsa county than any other elass of citizens and showed last night that they would back the movement with their unqualified sup port. WAISTCOATS A F AKE n Alleged DuUft-Proor Coat Falls to Work, Is Claim. TARI?, Jan. 14. (2:20 a. m.) Nazaire Lacotte, Inventor of an al leged bullet-proof waistcoat for sol diers, Is belnff prosecuted on a charge of fraud by order of Minister of War Mlllerand. Kxperhnents by war of fice experts. It la charged, have shown that the garment la moat dan gerous to the wearer. The examining committee has seized all of Lacotte'a stock of waist coats and also his letters and books. Jan. 15 & 16 the anil I'ol- . ..11' t.V! .;ir.c . lt.i , I :o .20-' . 2..C . 10c . 2 "h . ..",( . Illc Ml. ;,"(: Ida . !'( Hie .ca n '. , lOa- llKNXr.TT, 21 Wot Scorn I si. CARRANZA TROOPS LEAVE MONTEREY Retreating Troops Arc De stroying the Railroad As Thev (io. HP.OWNSVII.I.l-:. Texas, Jan 13. The evacuation of Monterey .y c,(r rar.za tioojtS was i onfirined tonight by apparently authentic hiformnilon that three tralnloads of troops and four tralnhmds uf tefuaees lale lo day reached Kc)nr.."a. about sixty five miles- west of Matamoros. Four teen trainn inoro were reported at Aldamas. A tel. phono report from Hidalgo, Texas, opposite, and no! far , distant from Itev . " 1,1 nosa, snys an at tack by an advancing- Villa force from Monterey Is momentarily expected It is believed here that the letreating Carranza troops are destroying the railroad as they fall back. These activities were confirme 1 tally tonlcht when Gen. K. P. Nufar rane, commander in Malamoros. Is sued an order olo.'lng- the Mexican end of the international bridge and the Mexican end of the lnlernnii.Mi.il fcrr line, stopping any travel ha Iwnen here and Matamoros Tho retreat or Vlllnrral'e Carrai(.a troops was blocked for hours by r. head-on collision 80 miles west of here between a westbound train that left Matamoroa last night uncJ a trocp train from Monterey. An e.-.tlnocr waa killed. Tlif ( hil r Denied. Matrimony baa Us faults. Hut P is about the only thing that will cute a girl of giggling.